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baltimore city police on september 21.the medical examiner ays he suffered bboken ribs... a ruptured spleenn.. and a head injury. caught anderson in a drug deal &pand thatthe choked on drugs.. &pbbt the autopsy report ruled thattout.witnesses... including ndeeson's mother... say officers beet the 46-yearrold man to ddath ong east biidle street and montford avenue. (mr. gordon/atty) ""and thhre was o ouuce of shamm or contrition in the eyes, thoughts, minds or hearts of these officers who engaged in ttis savage attack."(ms. harvey) "we don't have a problem with the baltimore city police deparrment. we have aaproblem with officers thht thake their job.. think they above the law." law."the officerr involved haae been placed oo adminiitrative duuies while the investigationnconninues. ultimately, prosecutors will decide whether charges will bb filed.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. policc are lookinggfor an esccped inmate, this morning. we're told the man escaped around 7 o 'clock tuesday night... from the northeast district police station... near morgan state universityy tte
to be zero tolerance for abuse, we the community and the pplice to e respectful." respectful."the city police investigating. a group of volunteers cleaninn up a city parkkdiscover the pounty woman. was reported missing on september 20th.we spoke with her family last week during her.they said she suffered frrm demmntia and wwlked away prom an assssted living facility in wooddawn..er body was founddsaturday n eakinn pprk.familyymembers say she died from hypothermia. a rare meningitis outbreak sickens 26 people in fiie ssates.. iicluding riiht here in maryland. maryland.so far four people have dded, including one cases are expected ii the coming days.the cases are being linked to injections for back pain at a teenessee medical center.. which has ssnce closed.health officials pontagious... but they say more than 7- hundred eople could be affected. inspections at baltimore display for anyone to see. - grades.the information would 3 also go on display at the &prestaurants.according to the baltimmre ssn, al members of on as sponsors f the bill. rrppesentatives of the state's restaurant
with baltimore city police september 21....... and now, just over a peek later, tte chief medical examiner has ruled anderson's death.. a homicide. family members and their attorney, say the autopsy report simply confirms what (áááánats up full: "that means that mr. anderson was murdered by these officers...."ááá) according to the autopsy report.. anderson died he suffered from broken ribs a ruptured spleen. theee wassalso a head injury.. a hemorrage to his left temppral. trauua, suggeeting he may have been kicked or slammed to the ground.(ms. harvee/sister) "tony suffered on that lot. he waa handcuffed and suffering nd he died. we wann the officers fired. we want them arressed and we want them ccovicted." initially, police say they caught anderson in a drug deal and that he choked on drugs. but thh autopss report witnesses, iicluding officcrs beat the 46-year-old man to death as he walked from vacant lot at east biddle street and montford avenuu. ttey say plainclothes officers rolled up in a car.. then an officer jumped out, grabbed anderson from behind..then sslmmed hii to inclu
's not a city in america hat lovee their team more than thissone... tte we put them through some tough . times. today is a travellday, so fans can catch their breath for 24 hours.... gaae 3 is scheduled foo 7:00, wednesday night in new york. the series now shifts to the bronx, wheee the teams will play game 3 on not done talking about this - game yet. joel d. smith is live at more details about the game, including one yankee who set a pecord no oneewants! 3 3- 3 3 3 3 a-rod stat .. playoffs striking out. 3 was sked if he considerrd er - saying or doing anything different with johnson because he had a tough night in the 4348 no, would have got the jj look if i did. ... i woulln't insult him like 3that. that. joel d. smith, fox 45 morning news. 3 3 marriage is heating up just a few weeks before voters head to the polls. polls.brendon ayanbadajo: "gay and lesbian couples wwnna marry for the same reasons as we allldo." do."last month... baltimore raven's layer brendoo ayanbadajo came out in support oo maryland's queetion p...and lasttnight, he and governor o'malley attenned a fundrai
county woman is discovered by a group of volunteers cleaning p a city p. park.62-year-old mary tissale was reported missing on seetember 20th..e spoke with her family last week during theirrdesperaae search to find her.they said she suffered from dementia and walked away from an assisted living &pfacility in woodlawnnher bbdy was founn saturday in leakin park.family members say she died from hypotheemia.. bullying may be at the cenner of a stuuent's stabbing earlier ttis eek in &pbaltimore ity. city. crime and justice reporter joy lepola... at central booking... tells us.... this doee not appear to be a random act of violence. joy? that's whht darrell johns' attorrey told a few hours ago following his client's bail review here at central booking. johns is being held without bail afterrbeing charged with attempted first egree mmrder. on monday, police ay ohns stabbed a fellow student. during the teen's baal review, we heard how ullying maa have led the student to take a 3 inch knife to school. 8:44:17 mr johnsswas subjecttd to 30 to 35 incident over the paat month where this grru
abell, fox 45, news at 5:30. a baltimore city studenn accused of stabbing a plassmate has been ordered peld without bail. bail.the judge saying she believes 17 yeer old darrell johns would pose a risk to public safett if he were haa never been in trouble. for ohns mother the decisiio ame as a shock. sot 12:15:27i'm just upset that the judge didn't look and listen to the fact thht my ssn was justtacting in self defense he feareddfor his life. life.johns is accused of ptabbing a student t herrtage high earrier this week.his family says johns was beeng bullied.a claim,,his victimms a judgeehas sentenced two en for a caajackinggthat led to a dramatic chase..this is video wwebrought you in february of last year when davvn mccoy and frank richardson approaahed a woman entering her car near patterson avenue and eberle drive.they threatened her, in her car, leading police n a six mile chase. mccoy was sentenced today to 35 yearssin prison. riihardson received 25 years. ii's a custody case hat has police investigating &ptonight.janice aak tells us, identified the three officers involved in
. the officcal ruling in pnnhony anderson's death released tonight. tonight. keith daniels, live at city police heaaquarters where the family calls it proof of another case of police brutality.. keith. keith. jeff and jennifer.... it'ssa stories between what police say happenedd. and what witnesses say happened. but onight...one thing is clear. it's a homicide. ///////////////////vo/////////// /33 aaderson died after a confrontation with baltimore city police september 21....... according to the autoppy blunt-force injury. he suffeeed from broken ribs a also a head injury.. a re wass hemorrage to his left temporal. inittally, poliie say they caught anderson in aadrug dealland that e choked on drugs. witnesses, includiig anderson's mother, say officers beat the 46-year-old man toodeath as he walked frrm a ccrner store avenue. mootford - - 3 "tony suffered on that ot. &phe was haadcuffed and want the officers fired. we 3 the city ssate's attorney's th - office and police continues tonight. then ultimately, prosecutors will decide whether c
of transmitted from person to fox44 eaaly edition.liland, we're learning more this city police fficers... involved in the death of a man in their custody. custody.the officers have been identified asstodd strohman, gregg boyd, and michael vodaric. vodaaick.the officers said they caught anderson in drug deal on september 21ss...but witnesses claimed he was beaten by police.the results this week ssowed that anderson died of bllnt force trauma.and while ástrohmaná s a decorated officer... shot once while oo duty in 2010...the aatorney representing thee anderson's claims ... he has court documents that prove officers bbyd and odarick "this is a testamenn, when you allow bad police officers on force, they should have been accountable for their wrongful acttonn by the baltimore city police department"((take sot)) "this is a situation we've nevee experienceddbefore commissionee batts met with the family and officers involved, " "the officers ave not been charged with any wrongdoing. the baltimore city police homicide section will do aa indeeenddnt investigaitonn.. then, the city state
the city. today... / its... tenants... in a northeast baltimore apartment commlex.../ were... forced out.../ on... the street. crime and justice reporter ... joy lepola.../ investigates... whether its a case... of... taxpayer dollars... being wasted. ((pkg)) time as run 3 ttat didn'' happenwas supposed o do but 10:02:52 that's what it the organization.10:02:52 that's what it was supposed to do but that didn't happen 3 that didn't happenwas supposed to do but 10:02:52 that's what it the organization.dollars to help the city had property. he thousands of dollars to help the organization..0:02::2 ttat's what it was supposed to do but that didn't appen the executive the executive director for the prisonnrs aid association said that the asssciation no longer exists. hh says several if you're looking for a home to rent.. there's a scam list...toniggt. and itss - already cost one wwman thousands of ddllars... dollars... ttke a good look at this home on kolb pvenuu.. he fake ads say the house ii for rent.. but it's not. rusty miller.. a
..... the city state's attooney's office released the news today..but only after we called them followinggup on the investigation. and tonight.. accordinn to ttii statement.. they say thhy've coocluded that there is inssfficient evidence to chargg officce ward. ////// 3 ward had been under investigation.. after police found the guu that killeddthe girl in the trunk of officer &pward's car.. after her body had een hidden in a pile of trass. sources say the officer was dating the mother of oneeof the 2-boysscharged with manslaughter in the march killlng of 13-year-old monae turnage.. there werre lso accusaaions that the officer played a rooe in a possible cover up and may have advisee the boys on how to handll the situation. at thh time.. familyymembers suspectee the boys did not act lone. alonn. () "because monae was heavy deed weight is extra eavy so - it, it had o been omeone tonight.. prosecutors sayy tte police department will haav to decide whether wardd will face administrative charges. live n downtown baltimore.. keith aniees, fox 44 news at 5. a teena
shoold have been accountable for their wrongful actiins by theebaltimore city police depprtmenn" "this is a situation we've never experienced before commmssioner batts met withh the famill and officers so far, tte offiiers have not been charged with any wrongdoong.the process is this, the baltimore city police homicide seccion will invvstigaiton...then t ii up to the states' attorney on wheeher ay charges are filed. live ii downtown baltimore, jp fox45 news at ten. 3 pacused of stabbing a fellow bars eld without bail. crime and jussicc reporter joy lepola talked with the teen's who is the real victii in this . :56-1:08trt 1:35 ((pkg)) amily and friends say 17 ear old darrell johns acted in self defense whhn he week at heritage high school. johns mother spoke with me bullyinn....just minutes after &pbe held without bail.12:15:27 iim just upset that the judge didn't look and listen to the they heard about it. :38 johns attorney expllined how a group of bullies had tarreted the speciaa education student for weees. 12:17:13 there respecc to the chool and to the pplice officer's
to nderstand is why the non-profit abdanonee thiss property. the city had provided tens of thousands of dollars to help the orranization.10:02:52 that's - thaa didn't happen the executive diiector for the prisonees aid association told me ovvr the phhne po longer exists. he says iatio- several roperties are inn foreclosure. and e bllmes off ffndd. the citt meanwhile &psaas there was a lack paperwork. joy lepola foo 45 3&we're... learning... more about... 3.... involled... - in... the death of a man... in their custody. custody.they''e... identified... as... todd strohman,... gregg boyd, ...and... michael v. vodarrck...///.the... officers saad... they caught... anthony... anderson... in.. a... drug deal... september 21st.../but... witnesses claimed... e was beattn by police....//the ... esults of an autopsy.../ shows... of... bluut force trauma...//. - while... ástrohmaná... is a... &pdecorated officer... ssht... once... while on duty in 2010../..hh... attorney represeeting... the anderson's.... &psayss.../ he... has ccurt documents... that prove... boyd and vodarick...
accountable or their wronggul actions by thheballimore city police department" department" "this is a situation weeve never experienced efore the family and officers iit involved, " been charged with any ave not - wwonngoiig.the prooess is thhs, the baltimore city police homicide section will do its independent investigaiton...then it is up whetter anyychargessare filed. live in downtown baltimore, jp fox45 news at ten. 3 a... baltimore ccty student... accused of staabing a classmate... is... held without bai. bail.the... juuge... darrell johns... were released.../// teen... has... for... p johnn mother..../ the decision came as a shock. sot 2:15:27i'mmjust uuset that the judge didn't look and listen to the fact that y son was just acting in self defeese he feared for his life. llfe.johns.... s accused of stabbing aastudent... at... heritageehigh... this week....//his ffmily... says... johns was being bulliee...///.a claam,... hhs victim's an nidentified man was lanvale street near kirby lane. nine last night in the city's - harlem par
, all membees oo the city council have signed on as sponsors of the bill. representatives of theestate's restaarant industry anddsomee restaurant owners say the pooicy could threaten local businessess a big sinkhole is continuing italy... but hopefully for just a few more hours. hours.you can see the hole s thh size of a car in the middle ablemarle street.it's at least 15 feet deep and sits right in frrnt of several homes and businesses.the departmenn of public works sayssa sewer repair back in august may be to blame.but for now.. neighbors re juss learning toocope. (11:12) the faat that i just moved intt the city its like welcomm to the city its definitely interesting its was entertainiig until about 3 o'clock this morning lass night. night....the department says the ork is expected to be finished by lunchtime today. moon bounces, food, usic.... and carsson fire! it's all art of the annual baltimore city ffre department thrill show this weekend. weekend.joel d. smith is live in rosedale now to show us first hand how competition and entertainment can be big teaahhng tools as well.
...a judge's decision could take police off the street in sooe of the city's moss dangerous neighborhoods.all of it... over paperwork.megan giililandd is liveefrom ciiy police headquartersswith more on the controversial change in policy. pood morning uys,many &pofficers don'' want to talk pbout it out of fear...the concern is possible retributiin by some judges. pudges.itts all over the use of electroniccsignatures on pharging documents.fox 45's investigative teaa obtained this letter that bans the practice. it was written by district court chief judge ben clyburn last month... stating that an ink-on-paper signature is required.but some officers &ppn the city say a written signature amounts to more time off the street doinn paperwork. 15:18:24 the issue is do the sign their own statements their own reports of probable caase aad the answer i would say is yes in he past... charging ttansmittedd lecttonically. an approach strongly supported by the baltimore city ssatees attorney's office. no word on what prompted this fox45 morning news.lliland, - the numbers from the deadly meningitis o
..." and that ... "...aa ink-on-paper signature is reeuired..." for officers in the city, some say a written signature amounts to more time off the streee doing paperwork. in the past, charggng transmitted electronically. an efficient approach strongly ciiy state'' attorney's office. still, thhre are critics to the electronic siggature... baltimore city delegate jill carter is also a defense attorney. 15::8:24 the issue is do the police officers havv tiie to cause and the answer i would - too busy to do that they're rr too usy then o ensure that there is going to be integrity in the process and be whileeno onee... not even the district court chief judge.... will say on hee record wwat prompted this change.... i canntell yyu... one case.... here a least baltimore city police offiier admittted to skirttng the law... by having another officer sign off on his lepola fox 45 news at en. a... woman... is shot and killed....in... northwest baltimore....overnngh/ happened around 10 p-m... on... fair-lawn avenue... &p near... reisterstown road...///.police .. say... she wassshot in
claam a 9-to-6 victory on thh road... in city.at first... the ravens group of kansas city chieff... who eeentually helpee out the ravensswith four turnovers... three of which led to scores, and 8 penalties...it's a good thing too... because thee pavens pent a lot of time strugglinn on both sides of the football... and according to the quarterback... you haae to give them a lot of credit, flacco soteir struggles. sot the next game is sunday... against the cowboys. the pope's butler will spend 18 monnhs in an italian prison...after being convicted of stealing and leakkng confidential church documents. documents.paolo gabriele waa convicted in a vactican city court over the weekend.he told &pthe courts, he wanted to expose corruption and gave the papers to an italian journalist... who then used them to write a bbsttselling bookkgabriele says he doesn'' feel like a thief... becauue the church and his leader.e for- israeli military experts are examiningg he remains of a mysterious drone... shot down after entering israeli airspace.it's believed hh unmanned vessel didn't takk &plebanon.is
a sneak peek at just what it takes... at the baltimore city firee .joel d. smith is live in more. 3 33 we're expected to learn moree about a police pappened overniggt in east baltimore.right now information is limited, ut we do knnw itthappened onneass lanvale street..e're told no shootinggbaltimore city police will hold a pprss confeeence a rare meningitts ouubreak - sickens 26 people in five states.. inccuding right here in maryland.so far four people have died, including one person in maryland and morr coming dayssthe cases are hee backkpain at a tennessee medical center.. whiih hass since closed.health officials &psay the viral strain is noo contagioos... but they say more than 7- hundred people i do wish that maybe thee pe can haveea physician &pquestions and put our minds a rest. 3thee ain suspect n he oottreak... is the steroid product used in the injections. federal health officials have iientiiied the manufacturer and have issued a recall. symmtoms for this typeeof meningiiis include severe headache, nausea,,dizziness aad fever. 3 a new c-n-n poll ffnds mitt roomey was the cl
now.you're ((break 4)) fox 45 good day 3- 3 map fbier map , 3 we're learning more thiss city police officers... imorre involved in the death of a man in their custody. pustody.tom rodgers is here with more on their iientity... plus a look at today's other top stories..ood morning, tom. the officers have been &pidentified asstodd strohman, gregg boyd, and michael vodaric. vodarick.the officerr said they caught anthony anderson inna drug ddal on seppember 21st...but witneeses are claiming he was beaten by police.the results of an week show anderson ddeddoo ástrohmaná is a decorated officer... shot once while on duuy in 2011...the attorney representing the anderson's claims ... he haa court boyd and vodarick were sued in misccnduct: "this is a testament, when you allow bad police officers on force, they should have bben accountable for their wrongful actions by the baltimore city &ppolice department"((take sot)) "this issa situation e've never experienced bbfore 3 commissioner batts mmt with tte fammly and officers &pinvolved, " "the officcrs have not been charged with any wwon
any leads. &pa baltimore city studentt.. &paccused of stabbing a &pplassmate... is held without . bail.accordinggto a judgee.. 17-year-old darreel johns would pose a risk to public safety if he were released... even though the teen has never been in trouble. johhs' mother says the decision came as a shock. thht the judge didn't llok and listen to the fact that my son was jjst acting n self deffnse he feared for his ife. life.johns s accused of stabbing a sttdent at heritage high earrler this week. johns was being bullied.but the ictim's ffmily denies that claim. the fight to end domesic violence in maryland gets a major boost from a company several non-profitsswere given a 50-thousand dollar thursday. it was an emotional morningg as survivors hared their stories of abuse and the laces they tuuned for hell. congressman elijah toward criticaa resources that could help save lives "but also i thank you, for creating a bridge, oh god, for creating a bridge. a bridge that so god, for creating a creating a bridge, oh god, for creating a bridge. a bridge that so that somebody who is per
3 coming up... the rrvens battle it oot with the chiefs in kansas city. allowed them to improve their reeord to 4 and one. 3 3&absences... that really add u. the new plan baltimore school officials have put in place... to make sure kids go to class. ((break 2))kw@ 3 a lot has been said aaout the state of american education. but, teachers can't teach kids pho aren't in class.baltiiore has a nnw plan in the fight against chronic absences. athenn jooes shows us what's being done ... and some eeamples of how it's working. --reporter pkg-as follows --(nats)baltimore teen jerrod williams has come a long way.in seventh grade, he missed thirty-thrre days f drrpping out."there'd be days i'd jjst stayyhome, playythe game, eat, sleep, and that's about it, watch tv."williams &pstruggled to get passing grades at a chool where he didn't feellthe eachers cared. that's where karen webber ndour came in.she handles attendance initiatiies for the city's school district. "i saw him on the first day of school and one of the teachers who knew him said 'this boo ann days and days,' and we appro
a baltimmre city high school student is stabbed in thh phestttoday.he's recovering tonight as police question a interest.it happened at heritage iih school ---which is part of the lake clifton complex....--- just before 11 o'clock.a school nurse treated him before being taken to the hospptal..he schooo wws baltimorr city schooll spokesperron saad it was an altercation between tww students.there was aapolicc presence when school let ouu this afternoon. tomorrow ... marks... ten years... since... the first... beltway sniper... shooting...///. foo.... three weeks... john... allen muhammad... andd.. lee boyd malvo... terroroized our region../.. crime... ...jjy lepola... tr 3 brings uss.. us... parts ...of a recent intervieww../ in... whiih... malvo admits.../ he... was a monster. monster. ((pkgg) in rare interview from prissn d-c sniper lee &pboyd malvo... openly discusse the evenns that terrorizeddour region. during the shooting muhammad ambussd 13 unsuspecting ssrrngers killing ten of them. malvv now ten years later....desccibes ho
on fox... a judge's decision could take police oof the street in some of the city's most dangerous neighhorhoods.all of it... over paperwork. paperwork.megan illiland is liveefrom city police headquarters with more on the controversial change in policy. good mornnng uys,many officers don't want to talk possible retribbtion by some ju. judges.it's aal over the use of electronic signaturesson charging documents.fox 45's investigative team obtained this letter that bans the practice. it was written by distrrct court chief judge ben clyburn last month... stating that an ink-on-paper signature is requiied.but ssme officers pn the city say a written signature amounts to more time police officers have time to their own reports of prroable cause and the answer i would say is yes in the past... charging documents would be written and approachhstrongly supportee by phe baltimore city state's attorrey's office. no word on what prompted this change.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morning news. a beltsville man experiences car trouble... bbt it has ánoth! car!nats of cat meowing! meowing!it was
-30. properties owned by a non- profit with deep ties to the city are being foreelosed. it assooiation received more than a million dollars in grant mone. money. while the city questioned how that monee was spent, the non-profit continued to find renters. many are looking for a neww place to live tonight after beeng kicked out of their apartmmnts. some people have lived here for 11 years.. others just a few months. the living onditions here have become so bad.... the city has condemned the building... ordering everyone to vacate immediately. 9:33:08 it's frustrating :09 &pyou shouldn't have to go through this especially if yoo you havv tenantt your supposed - to ffllow rules yoo're sspposed to make sure that eveeything gets fixed. :17 :17 this property hassbeen foreclosed. the former executive director of the prisoner aids association maintains the citt still wes him 70-thousand dollars. 3 four... more people ... have been sickened... by an outbreak ... of,,., fungal mennngitis.../ that's ... already killed... 5 people.../ and... infected dozens more....
for a cause. cyclist lance armstrong was in ellicott city todayycompeting raise money for the ulman cancer fund for young adults. organizers dropped the u-s-a triathlon sanctioning so he could take part.armstrong is banned from official events after he chose not to fight doping charges.the ormer tour de france champion is a cancer complette a 9-mile swim, he 56-mile bike ride and a cancer survivors. "its ugh unbelievable platform for us to bring the community together, um to promote hhalth and wellness but raise money and awareness for the ancee fighh. this years race included more thann8-hundred participants. 3 3 a recall tonighh involving some honda vehicles...why some poors arr catching on fire... anddwhy it can happen even if 3he vehicle is turned off..- dozens of fanssparaded downtown streets in black ann green. find out wwat they were supporting...coming up. the pharmacy that distributed a steroid linked to a rarr meningitis outbreak has issued a voluntaryyreeall. the new england compounding center says the move was taken out of caution because of the pbundant risk of contamination
of the city's most dangerous neighborhoods.all of it... over paperwork.. paperwork..the rulingginnolves the use of electronic documents.fox 45's ing -3 this letter that bans the practicc. it was written by district court chief judge ben clyburn last month... stating is required.but some officers in tte city say a written signature mounts to more time 15:18:24 the issue is do the k.- police offiiers have time to cause and the answer i woold say is yes in the pastt.. charging documents would be written and transmitted electronically. an the baltimore city state's attorney's office.no word on what prompted thisschange. 3 poday... both candidates return to ohio to sway voters in the swing state. state.president bama s pcheduled to speak at hio state university at 5 o'clock. his republican challenger... mitt romney... is campaigning in akron at 7.it's the last day for residents in hio to register to vote. orroles fans patiencc finally paas off. off. for the second time in two days, the starr offthe late night is worth it.last the day when the orioles last won a playoff game n baltimo
... off he of the city's... most dangerous neighboohoodd ...// all... over paperwork....// crime... and usticeereporter joy controversial change... in policy.../ and... it. its a story you're seeing first on fox. 3 ((pkg look live in studio)) this issue hassalot of people in the business of fighttng &pcrime not wwnting to talk ut possible retribution by some jjdges. aad, it's ll over a signature! ((vo)) at issue is the use of electronic ddouments. fox 45's iinesttgative team obtained this lettee that bans the practice. it was written by ddstrict court chief judge ben states..."...a digital it he - signature on these documents ii not fully supporttd by llw..." and that ... "...an ink-on-paper signature is required..." for officers in the city, some say a written signature amounts to more iie off the street doing paperwork. in the past, charging documents would be wrrtten aad trannmitted eeectronically. an efficienttapproach stronnly supported by the baltimore cityystate's attorney's office. still, there areecritics tt the electrooic signature... carter is also
not be fully supported by the law. in baltimore city, officers fear this mandate will result in prrtecting the public.in thee city, electronic signatures helped streamline the arrest process. noo however... it's back to pushing papers.while the baltimore city state'ss attorney's office issnot in leasttone statt lawmaker who's also a traal attorney suppprts 15:19:41 the bottom line is that we cannt sacrifice justicc for expendency e need to know that if an officer arrests someone thattthey are happened and that their testimony is going to be usable in court :53 :53 15:20:57 now that it'ssbeen brougth to my attention i'm going to definitely speak with chaiarman vilarrio and see whaa we can do to put this to a halt..:03 this ccntroversary is currently unner review by the a.... suburban... cul- de- sac... that... sst off... a... debate ...has finally... been renamed...///. ssreaming live... from... "april wind court" ... in... howard county.../, county.../, to... tell us... what problem leaderss.. had.../ with the old name.paul-- live on
city high school. school.it happened just before 11 a-m at heritage high school... which is part of the school wws teeporarily under t lockdown. ptudent (no namm giien): "on the speaker, they were saying it's a ''ooe blue'. somebody that wasn'ttsupposed to be in so, thee made everybody stay everybodyywas saying somebody got stabbed." schools spokesserson ssys the altercatton bbtween two students. 3an owingssmills man in-charge is accused of sexually abusing bbys.baltimmre county police say a 14-year-old from &phalethorpe contacted them las week about anthony cootle.the boy claimed that cottte aaussd him while living with hii family.he also accusee cottle of abusing one of his friendd. these pictures werr taken inn lansdowne whhre cottle served aa a vollnteer firefighter.he was also unning a junior fire-fighter rogram for children between the ages of nine and 155 15.the baltimore county fire department ann the ansdowne pire department have both suspended cottle.police &pbeeieve therr may be more victims and ask anyone with information to call them. continuing to help 22 fammli
in the city and theeother at a bus stop at ingleside and edmonnon avenues.those two another, similar incident. 14:4:06 during ur innestigation we were able to connect one suspect from yesterddy's assault to an assault on september aa the & ame bus stop :12 :12last night, police &&pidenti kidnappings..hey are kenyon wallee and william campbell. both are from baltimore. a 17-year-old student is facing charges in connection with a stabbing monday inside johns is charggd s an adult with attempted fiisttand second degree murder...afftr allegedly stabbing annther hearing is set for october 30th anne arundel county aaimal cootrol seizes dozenn of what thhy're callinn na &pdeplorable conditions. conditions.animal control says 21 year old shane taylor kept more than 0 animals.. including tto dogs.. turtles.. birds.. snakes and a potbelly pig... inside his home.they taylor by providing wiih th - the animals after findinggthem wiihout food or wwter.but they say he didn't follow their instructions.. so the animall had to be ssized.now the owner says they have heewrong soon assthey are ready for ad
we have breaking news... out of west baltimore... baltimore...there were 2 city...thhssis the sccne of one of them...on wess lanvale street... near fulton avenue... a man was shot...no word on the victimsscondition... but homicide deteetives are & and homicide detectives were also callld to the scene of mile away.a man was shot in the chest along north fulton avenue.no word of any arrests. 33 a developing mediial story tonight.maryland health officcals say a fatal peningitis case in the state may be related o steriod the caae is one of two in country that are being linked to theeinjections for back medical centers across the state 3 bullying is now being blamed n a stabbing that occured med inside a baltimore city high sshool n monday. monday.it hhppened at heritage complex. police arrested a 17 year old senior in ccnnection with the viooencee darrell johns faces sevvral charggs... including attempted first degree murrer.following the tten's bail review this morning, johns' attorney tood lepola that hhs client is the real victim. 8846:39 it appears that there are two vastly diff
havv any information surroundinggher death is urged to call baltimore city police. liie in north baltimore, paul gessler, fox45 neww at 5:30. a maryland lawmaker has plead &pfor paying an employee in her law office 800 dollars in campaign money to pay for wedding expensss. expenses.the ppea is part of a deal delegate tiffany alstoo pade to settle the two -&pepar with all thh time suspended. years of supervised probation, fflfill 300 hours of community serviceeand pay tte money back to the state. a lawsuit accusing perdue farms of polluting the ayy begins ii federal court todaa. envvronmental groops rallied outsiie the courthouse based ccmpany is being sued for not ppoperlyydisposing of animal waste. the lawsuit names two eastern shooe farmers, alaa and kristin hudson, who were raising chickens for perdue. giants should bb held responsible for pollution by "the family hatsson triall here toddy, didnt run an operation thht was clean and where waste was properly dispossd of, however, ultimately we believe that responsible."b held respoosible" 3 the trial is expected to laat up to
-force pith baltimore city police on september 21... just over a week ago. &pin the five page report... th medical examinnr saas he suffered broken ribs....a rupttred spleen... and a head say they caught anderson in a drug deal and that he choked on drugs... but the autopsy &pwitnessees.. including anderson's mother... say officers beat thh 46-year-old &pman toodeathhon eaat biddle street and montford avenue. (ms. harvey/sisttr) "tony suffered on that lot. he was handcuffed and suffering and he died. we want thheofficers &pfired. we want hem arrested and we want them convicttd." convicted." he family says plainclothes officers rolleddup in a car.... p.. graabed anderson from behinn... and slammed him to the groundd.. with his family watching. the officers involved have been placed on administrative dutiis while the investiiatiin continues.i'm megan gilliland, fox45 morninggnews. police are looking for an escaped inmatee this morning. escaped around 7 o 'clock - tuesday night... from the northeast disttict police station... near morgan state uuiversity.the suspect was bei
... a baltimore city police offfcer is being rushed to shock trauma... after being injured in a crash on i-795. i-795.police say it happened in the owings mills area... aad hat the officer was part of a tractor trailer escort... it's unclear at this time what caused the accident.we have a ccew on the wwy... and will bring ou theelatest aa we learn more. aaso at this hour... a 1-carr crash sends one person o shock trauma.police say a car traveling eastbound on frederick avenue hit a utility pole... trapping the peson inside.this is the picture sent to us... by baltimore city fire.the victim is beeieved to have non-life &pthreatening injuries.a finds the driver may have lost control f the car because f dangerous road condittins. today marks ten years... since thh first beltwayysniper shooti. phooting.for three weeks in october of 2002... john allen muhammad and lle boyd malvo terrorized our region.now after all oo these years... malvo is speaking out. out.tom rodgers is here with more on what he is admitting plus yourrother op stories of the orning. in a rare and chillingg rison inteeview...
... in government grant money... / a,.. non-profit... with deep ties... to.... baltimore city... is broke...///. crime... and ...justice reporter... joy . lepola... investigates.../ how... thhs... could be... a case... of... wasted taapayer dollars. dollars. ((pkk)) time has run out.... for tenants at this apartmentt complee.9:55:03 i'm just somebooy come when tahtiana - &pchinnmoved in.... she wws excited. her first apartment wasn't perfect but it was home. chin 9:32:355when we moved in we had hot water electricity the heat never worked the air conditioner never worked we hhd to go buy our own then the hot watee went out :46 a few doors down...9::7::1 jjst to phow what thh living conditions were likeeddie bibbs showee s.... how bad his living conditions had become.9:57::6 this is where i fell through here bibbs was washing his dishes at the time. but it's not just holes in he ffoor... 9:58:13 you coulddhear hh rats through the walls all violations... innpectors ith thh department of housing cited when it condemned the property andd ordered everyone to vacate pt....10
reeulted from an students. an elderly man... jumps from his third story new york city apartment..in a desperatee aatempt to save his life. life.the good news...good samaritans were there to catch him.take a llok... he ttkes a leap... skiis thee awning...and lands in a group "i leaned out the window and waited, and i waiied. i nd i couldn't holddon no more. i heed him like yoo're alright, you'reeok??he was like "yeeh, i'm ood." the man suffered only a however, was severly damaged. no set schedule, terrible hourss and disastrous workkng connitions.....and did i mention, ou're not gging to paid? this isswhat red ccoss voounteers sign up for, and it.joel d. smith is live in northwest altimore to show us why these people are so ccmmitted, but also why they badly need your helpp good - live in orthwest baatimore, joelld. live in northwest baltimore, joee d. smitt, fox 45 baltimore, joel d. live in nnrthwest baltimore, joel d. smmtt, ox 45 mooning news. 3 the baltimore grand prix will year.the city made a 5-year hesitant to commit to inny car &pffnancially able to run..
and - pransmitted electronically. an efficient approach strongly supported by the baltimore city state's attorney's office. still, there are critics to the electroniccsignature... baltimore city delegate jill carter is alss a defense attorn. attorney.15:18:24 the issue is dd the pooice officers hhve time to sign their own of probable cause and the ts answer i would say is yes &pbecause if they're too busy t do that they're too busy then to nssre thattthere is going to be integrity in the process and be accountable :40 ((back on camera look live)) while no one.... nnt even tte district ourt chief judge.... will say on the ecord what tell you... that i did uncover - at leest one case.... where a baltiiore city police offfcer admittted to skirting the law....by having another officer sign off on his statement of charres. oyy &p the... polls ...// show.... a... ery... tight race../....after... a... clear bounce ...for... republican challenger... mitt romney romneythe... shows .../ the... twoomen... ábarelyá... more than... one...
has filed suit machines.but some state and city officiaas say they fall within maryland's definition of a slot machhnes and are - therefore - illegal. <"so none of this money, none of this revenue goes to the taxpayyrs. it doens't o out to elp gamblers annonymous. pt doesn't bring revenue to the state. it acttaaly steals many of them are located next - tt a legal lottery agency at a restaurant or a bar and they pre losing money."> thh bbltimooe city law department has issued a statement - also laiming the video gaminn machines are illegal.but police are waiting until after a circuit court hearing later this week - to pursue enforcement.melinda roeder - fox 45 news at five. ravens veteran center... maat sex marriage debate. debate.birk in video: 3.14 "i encourage all of you to vote 'yes' on the marriage protection amendment on november 6th." 6th."in this video from the minnesota cathollc conference, birk urges reeiddnts to ban gay marriage in the state.he's the second raven to take a stand on the issue.last month, prendon ayanbbdajo spoke in ásuppootá of same-sex marriage in mm
been placed on the investigation ccntinues. a baltimore city fire truck company... which was scheduled to close this monnh... will now remain open.and it's all prixxthis is video of truuk d p. waitinggfor work.the commanyy but money from last month's - rrce came toothe rescue.the mayors office says the city received more than a million dollars in taxes and fees... cost 3-hundred-thousand rx - baseball and ssccer programs aa owson university... could soon be a thing of the past. been sttdying ways to streegthen the school's athletic programm.. is now recommending it cct both teams. pit estimates the school could &psave 8-hundred-thousand dollars over the neet 4 ears.. ..... some athletes say they are startleddby the news. ((1:53:02) "i mean, ittwas pilent. nobody knew what to think. its almosttlike you got hit from behind and you didn't even see it coming." &p(11:59:04) "we gave our lif towson and succeee with this place and they throw it away gave up my family, my ffiends, my girlfriend, just to come hhrr nd chase my dream and playysoccer." ssccer." the school will hold a p
a violent night in baltimore ci. &pcity.an unidentified man was shoo multiple times on west lanvale street near kirby lane. last night in the cctt's harlem park neighborhood.the victim died from his wounds att shook trauma a short time later. a little more than 10 minutes shooting... police found another man,,shot in the chest on northhfulton street near west lexington street... also in west baltimore.the victim &pdied a short time later at shock trauma.police do not yee have any leads. leads.andd n another incident a suspect was injured in a police involved shooting on east lanvale street. police... nnmee.. three officers... involved in the death of a their custody...//. they're... identified as... todd strohman, .../ gregg boyd and michael vodarick. vodarick. strohhan's... a... decorated officer.../ , pho wws shot in theeline of duty.../ here... on ...north calvert street in 2010...///.policee.. initiaaly said... they caught anthony anderson... in... a drug deal.../ but... an autopsy revealld that he 46 year oll... died of blunt
.i'm meganngilliland, foo45 early edition. we're learning more this morning aboot three baltimore city police officer... involved in the death of a man in their custody. custody.the officers have been identified as todd strohman, gregggboyd, and michaee vodaric. vodarick.the officers said that they caught anderson in a drug deal on seppember 21st... but witnesses claimed he was beaaen byypolice.thh results of an autopsy released earlier this week showed hat anderson died of blunttforce trauma... and whill strohman is a while oo duty in 2010...the ce - attorney representing the aaderson's claims he has court documents that prove offiiers &pboyd and vodarick were sued i the past for alleged misconduct: &p"this is a testament, when yo allow bad police officers on force, they shouud haae beenn accountable for tteir wrongful ctions by the baltimorr cityypolice depaatmen" deeartment" "this is a situation we've never experiinced before commissioner batts met wwth thh family and officers &pinvolved, " ""he officers have not been charged with any wronndoing. independent investigaiton... then, the ssates' at
with the waited so long.ns who have -3 o's fans happily showed off &pthhir colors today. all over the city - we saw black and october is all abouu orioles about tomorrow's game. 3 (sound only) 18:50 "black ndd orange is definitely back on the map."19:22 "yeah, wearing orioles today."at tte fall festival in fells pointt.. o's fans... are season...19:11 "it feels so e - good. i was a llttle kid thh last ime they were playing "this is great because i get to weer my windbreaker thht i pot for father's day in tte fall... but i can this year." stannupp- 22:00 "it's hard to believe it's october anddwe're on ourrwaa to the world &pserres."at least that's what fanssarr ooting for....brian we're goiig to the world seriees it'll prooably e us o's be able to beat new york??? yaakees fans at the inner parbor today - hope not. 09:00 rooting for our rivals......y!" 08:32 "yep. staten isllnd nnw pp ....from all over the showin globe....11:53-12:01 "you ccme all the way from tokyo for this game?... yankees." well.... good luck scoring 3 tickets...10:15 "can'ttget them, online only."it's eenn fifteen lon
, what is they doing to y child..." out///////////////// a spokksman with the city state's attorney's office... invvstigation with police and prosecutors. and then ultimately, prosecutors will decide whether charges wwll be police spokesman ssys the officers involved have been routinely suspended with pay.. pending the outcome of the investigation. live in charles village, keith daniels, fox 45 news att5-30. p3 two mee are being questione at this hour following three separate abductions at since september 25th. ken plac- detectives areenow sayinggthe attacks are relattd. twoo womee werr abuducted yesterday, one in the city the other at a bus stop at the corner of ingleside and edmondson avenues. those another one. ce to review 14:4:06 during our connect one suspect from assault on september at the same bus stop :12 ((on-cam)) all three attaacs were similar 3n nature. tonight, baltimore coonty detectives are looking into whether a volunteer firefighter usee his position to fiid potential vvcttms he assault. anthony cottte was firefighher's ppogram at the lansdownn f
3 pmnday, october 8th 3 donny - "welcome to bmore.. aka charm city."rhonda - "good morning and welcome jonathan. iim looking ffrward to sseing you every weekday morning. dont feel ike you have to follow n stevie's foot steps, just be you..aaron - "do baltimore proud, on, just like you did us n'awwineans proud!" 3 3- 33 3 3 3 3 we'vv waited 15 a playoff game.... so what's a few xtra hours? hours?last night's game one yankees started late... after a nearry 2 and a half hour rain delay.tom rodgers has more on the results... and this morninn's other top ptories. the game started ith a very special first pptch... hroww out by the victim and the hero pn the perry hall high school s and ounselor jesse wasmer...... posed on the mound with the orioles' bird and some players after ttat pitch. on to the game.... cc sabathia starting for the yankees, he's always tough in the playoffs. bottom of the 3rd. o's down 1-0, but hhve two men on base...... nate sabathia...two runnerr come f - around to scorr... and the orioles take the lead!! yankeesstie it in the 4th...
:30. 3- bullying is noo beiig blamed in a stabbing that occuued inside a bbltimore city high school on monday. monday.it happened at heritage high in the lake clifton complex. police arrested a 17 year old seniir in connnction withhthe violence. darrell johns faces several charges... including attempted first teen's bbil review this thee - morning, johns' attorney told real victim. is client is the p3&8:46:399it appears that thhr are two vastly different storiie ere the state has made a claim of attempted client nd his other :50 it seems to be a case of self defenne ann bullying where the system faiied my clienn ::2 attorney has been given n additional 4 hours to gathee evidence and witnesses to support his bullying defense. wire tappiig investigation ral helped shut down a major drug ring opeeation in harford county. almost two dozen arrests were made in the edgewooo area. residents are relieved and tell us theegang boom boom i thought it was somebodyybreekinn intt my home but it was a rive by tomorrow, police have scheduled a news conffrence tt reveal more details about
... for stabbing insideea baltimore city hiih school. school. it happened monnay... at heriiage high in the lake clifton complex. police arrested a 17-year-old darrell pohns... who's now facing several charges... including attempted first deggee murder. following the teen's bail review wednesday... johns' attorney told crime and justice reeootee joy lepola that his client is the real victim. 8:46:399it appears that theee are two vastly different stories here the state has made a claim of attempted where as sseaking with my grre client and his motter :50 it seems to be a case of self defense and bullying where the syytem failed my client :52 based onnthat argument... johns' attorney has been given an additional 24 hours to to support his bullying esses - the company that owns "hollywood casino" at charlestown races in westt bb governor o'mallly... for ccmmercials that ppose maryland.penn national gaaing .- is pending millions of dollars trying to defeat "question 7"... which would and allow another casino at - the national harbor in prince george's county.but the governor says the ads sugggs
.. possibly a baltimmre city highhsccool stuuent is stabbed in the tonight as police question a person of interrst. &pheritage high school ---which ii part of the lake clifftn complex....--- just before 11 o'clock.. school nurse treated him efore beiiggtaken to the hospital.the school was temporarily unner lookdown. student (no name given): "on the speaker, ttey were saying it's a ''ode blue'. somebody that wasn't upposed to be in the school was in the theee. so,,they made eveeybody tay in the schools and thhn everybody was saying sooebody got stabbed." stabbed."a ballimore citt schools spokesperson said it was an altercation between two students.theee was a police this afternoon. a baltimore county firefighter...in chargeeof a youtt program...has bben arrested for seeually abusing boys.this ii anthony cottll of owings mmlls.police say a boy prom hallthorpp contacted them past wwek......saying he ad been abused while cottle was livingginnhii home....he aaso told police he witnessed &paaother boy being abused. crews ii anne arunnel county worked to clear a fire attan aparttent buil
to call 410-481- 4545. phe ravens claim a 9-to-6 victoryyon the rrad... in kansas ccty. city.aatfirstt.. the rrvens struggled against a fireddup ravens with four turnovers... 3 three of hich led to scores, pnd 8 penalties...it's a good thing too... because the sttuggling on both sides of the ffotball... and according to gve thee a lot of crrditt pespite their struggles. placco sot sot the next game is 3&maryland braces for more case of meningitis affer a third person is diagnosed with the disease.similar to cases patiowide... the patient had iijection.the pharmacy ttat .-3 distributes the steroid hass issuee a recall... but the outbreak is still expected to ggow. megan gilliland is at a baltimore counny surgery center with more on why.good morning, megan. pegan. megan.-3 3 president obama continues his west coast trip today... raising mooey for his campaign. campaignnhe and former president bill clinton will meet with several high-dollar donnrs to attend a 20-thousand doolar a plate dinner... before heading to san francisco tomorroo. romney heads south today... for a spee
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